“I get into the gym every single day, seven days a week, two hours a day, eat as much as I possibly can,” he told Access. “[I’m] going crazy.”
Taylor said he’s put on 26 pounds since starting his training regimen the day after he finished filming “Twilight”—and he’s not done yet.
“I put on 20 pounds and then I guaranteed 10 more pounds,” he said. “I’ve already put on about six, so four more pounds. I’m a man of my word.”
Native Americans Outraged Over Twilight Fraud
Native or not native, in a recent television interview about his reception by the Native community while promoting the film, Taylor told the press how: “I actually had a meeting with Quileute tribal members yesterday! I interviewed them and just wanted to get to know them. One thing they do that I noticed is they don't need to be told to what to do. If the trash is getting full, they empty it out. They're always helping each other and are really nice. They are people just like you and me.”
So Lautner's agent all but concedes that the decision to cast Lautner was wrong. "No one will know the difference" because no one knows or cares about inauthentic representations of Natives in the media. Well, we know, you racists.
For more on the subject, see Quileute Werewolves in Twilight.
Below: "We're Quileute Indians!"